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KUCHISAKE ONnA 2 the prequel AKA "CARVED"
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In the movie 16-year-old Rin Asuka plays a high school girl named Mayumi whose older sister's ex-boyfriend disfigures her face with sulfuric acid, causing her to eventually become the murderous slit-mouthed woman. It was filmed on a lower budget than its predecessor but will get a legitimate theatrical release on March 22nd in Japan.
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‘Higurashi no Naku Koro ni’
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Phantom Film released the poster art and a new trailer for the live-action adaptation of 'Higurashi no Naku Koro ni' today. The movie, which will be released on May 10th, is a murder mystery based on a visual novel which was later adapted to a manga and anime series. In the story a boy named Keiichi (Goki Maeda) moves to the small village of Hinamizawa in 1983 and quickly fits in with his new peers. However, after the annual Watanagashi Festival some of his friends start to act weird and it's revealed through conversations with a veteran police officer (Tetta Sugimoto) that every year around this time mysterious murders and disappearances occur. Judging from the characters involved the movie is most likely limited to the first visual novel, Onikakushi-hen.
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KUCHISAKE ONnA AKA "CARVED"
OffiCial Site: http://www.kuchisake2.com/

In the movie 16-year-old Rin Asuka plays a high school girl named Mayumi whose older sister's ex-boyfriend disfigures her face with sulfuric acid, causing her to eventually become the murderous slit-mouthed woman. It was filmed on a lower budget than its predecessor but will get a legitimate theatrical release on March 22nd in Japan.




ooooohhhh....dis ones exciting....ryomakunsbride will post some of your fav. korean h-movies soon.....hehehe
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waaaaaaaa.... im looking forward to all horror films
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Out Of My IntenTion


A couple argues during a drive, and while the man wants to pretend nothing happened, his girlfriend tries to confront it, and things start to turn worse. In his third short film as a director, actor Yoo Ji-tae explores the haunting remnants of first love. 12 and over. 24 minutes.
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Hansel and Gretel


A reckless youngster Eun-soo drives to his mother’s, and has a car accident. When Eun-soo wakes up, he meets a mysterious girl and is led to her fairytale-like house in the middle of the forest. There, Eun-soo is trapped with the girl and her siblings who never age. Soon he learns all the adults who visited or stayed in the house have met mysterious yet terrible ends. More shockingly, their cruel deaths are drawn in details and made into a fairytale book by the children. Scared Eun-soo tries to find the way out, but the house is secluded in the forest with no way out. And then, Eun-soo discovers a book which tells a brutal end of none other than himself!
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Black House



Jun-oh, formerly a bank employee, gets a call on his first day at work from a woman seeking advice. She asks if insurance is paid out on suicides, and only after hanging up does he see the warning on the insurance agreement. A few days Jun-oh receives a request for a meeting with an unknown policy holder. From the living room of a decrepit house Jun-oh opens the door to the bedroom to see a seven-year-old hanging from the ceiling. Police start an investigation, but the autopsy and all the evidence points to suicide. But Jun-oh can’t shake his suspicions that the incident was actually a murder. Believing that insurance, which should protect lives, cannot be seen to promote murder, he withholds payment. There is evidence of other serial murders, and a secret lying inside company records in storage. Where is the truth? And what is the true nature of the Black House?
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Noriko's Table Dinner



Feeling alienated from the rest of her family, Noriko discovers a website of like-minded people and eventually arranges to meet their leader in Tokyo. The group turns out to be a cult where the members fulfill certain roles for people whenever it’s requested of them. After 54 members of the group commit mass suicide Noriko’s sister gets scared and comes looking for her, followed by their father who is determined to save both his daughters from whoever is responsible for all of this.
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Imprint dis is kinda old but only few people knew abowt it....

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It's the late Victorian period. Christopher, an American journalist, has been travelling for an unspecified period looking for Komomo, a lost girlfriend who he promised he would rescue from her life of prostitution and return with him to America. To that end he lands on an island solely populated by whores and their masters. He's solicited by a syphilitic tout (played by Mame Yamada, last seen in Nine Souls and always just as welcome as Ren Osugi and Taro Suwa, who also seem to pop up in movies when you least expect them) who claims not to have seen Komomo, but reckons he should enter the brothel anyway as he's got to spend the night somewhere. Christopher agrees, and asks for the company of a girl he'd seen lurking in the shadows at the back of the room where the prostitutes solicit for business.

The woman joins him in the room he's been given. She's disfigured on the right side of her face, and has been since childhood. She's also a rather disturbed character – she says she feels a greater connection with the dead than the living. When quizzed about Komomo, she says she was here six months ago... but hanged herself when the love of her life failed to find her and take her away. Christopher is naturally distraught at this, and takes refuge in a bottle of sake. About to fall asleep, he asks the woman for a bedtime story, a story about herself; what he's given is a version of her life where her mother, a midwife, sells her on when her father dies from a lung disease. Eventually she's sold on and ends up on the island. Komomo, she says, was the most popular girl there and was making all the other girls jealous. To that end, when a jade ring was stolen from the brothel's Madam, Komomo was blamed and tortured to confess; she hanged herself as a consequence.

Christopher of course does and doesn't want to hear this – but nevertheless refuses to believe all the woman is telling him and pleads with her to say more. Thus begins a whole cycle of the woman saying more, refining her story, and Christopher not quite believing her and commanding her to say more...
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Ghost Game

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In "Ghost Game", 11 participants are locked up inside a former-prison-turned-museum for a 24 hours reality TV show. The concept of the game is that the contestants must provoke the wrath of all the vengeful spirits inhabiting the faded walls of the former prison where thousands suffered and perished years before. The contestant who manages to endure the nerve-rattling atmosphere the longest walks away with Bt5 million.

movie review
The premise of “Ghost Game” is quite straightforward and is an unusual spin on the age-old story of daring people to enter seemingly haunted houses. 11 contestants enter into a reality television programme that will pay out the highest amount in Thai game-show history (5 million Baht) to the contestant that endures the longest in an apparently haunted torture camp. But as usual, the best laid plans never goes the way it should as they find that the ghosts are far more violent than they had expected.

Mired in controversy when it was first released in Thailand, the film’s setting closely resembled (by name and representation) Cambodia’s infamous Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, where the Khmer Rouge tortured and killed countless dissidents. The “Ghost Game” producers built the set in Thailand after requests to use the actually museum were denied. Boycotts were called when it was released, leading to a Cambodian ban on the feature while Thai-Cambodian relations hit an all-time low despite the filmmakers’ apologies and a disclaimer at the start of the film. Unfortunately, due to these problems, there seems to be a substantial amount of scenes referencing the Khmer people that were edited out, which ended up marring the quality of the final cut quite significantly.

“Ghost Game” somewhat resembles the 2003 Norwegian scare fest, “Villmark” which had the same idea of a survival-reality television programme choosing contestants to travel deep into the Norwegian woods, encountering evils both plain and unseen. While that film took time to build on the characters, “Ghost Game” had no such intentions. Right off the bat, with no back-stories revealed about the contestants, we’re introduced to them in the midst of travelling to the house of horrors. With 11 contestants excluding the crew of the reality series, that’s a whole lot of characters to keep track off, each apparently from disparate walks of life.

Unfortunately, the film does not do so well to keep up with any of them, leading to incomplete and highly confusing sequences of storytelling. Coupled with their frightened cardboard representations that never evolve throughout the film and you’ve got no reason at all to care about any one of them. Although there seems to be a concerted effort to try to evoke human drama from the desperation of strangers trapped together, à la the Saw franchise, it hardly comes off as anything other than petulance. Even when the performers don’t really have to do with their undemanding roles, aside from screaming and arguing, their amateurism is quite apparent.

Technically, the “Ghost Game” could have ended up decent if not for a number of glaring flaws. While the initial suspense started out well with its clever use of handheld shots, it failed to carry over to the rest of the film once the scares got into full swing especially as scenes started to drag on too long with very little pay-offs. The patchy control over the script and lack of creativity seems to have driven a nail into its coffin when it becomes obvious at the end that its helmers chucked in as many scare tactics and ghostly behaviours as possible. Although grasping with issues carrying immense gravitas like the proverbial ghosts of Cambodia’s horrid past, it’s quite regrettable that it unintentionally presents itself as a comedy of errors.

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Ghost Game

synopsis
In "Ghost Game", 11 participants are locked up inside a former-prison-turned-museum for a 24 hours reality TV show. The concept of the game is that the contestants must provoke the wrath of all the vengeful spirits inhabiting the faded walls of the former prison where thousands suffered and perished years before. The contestant who manages to endure the nerve-rattling atmosphere the longest walks away with Bt5 million.

movie review
The premise of “Ghost Game” is quite straightforward and is an unusual spin on the age-old story of daring people to enter seemingly haunted houses. 11 contestants enter into a reality television programme that will pay out the highest amount in Thai game-show history (5 million Baht) to the contestant that endures the longest in an apparently haunted torture camp. But as usual, the best laid plans never goes the way it should as they find that the ghosts are far more violent than they had expected.

Mired in controversy when it was first released in Thailand, the film’s setting closely resembled (by name and representation) Cambodia’s infamous Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, where the Khmer Rouge tortured and killed countless dissidents. The “Ghost Game” producers built the set in Thailand after requests to use the actually museum were denied. Boycotts were called when it was released, leading to a Cambodian ban on the feature while Thai-Cambodian relations hit an all-time low despite the filmmakers’ apologies and a disclaimer at the start of the film. Unfortunately, due to these problems, there seems to be a substantial amount of scenes referencing the Khmer people that were edited out, which ended up marring the quality of the final cut quite significantly.

“Ghost Game” somewhat resembles the 2003 Norwegian scare fest, “Villmark” which had the same idea of a survival-reality television programme choosing contestants to travel deep into the Norwegian woods, encountering evils both plain and unseen. While that film took time to build on the characters, “Ghost Game” had no such intentions. Right off the bat, with no back-stories revealed about the contestants, we’re introduced to them in the midst of travelling to the house of horrors. With 11 contestants excluding the crew of the reality series, that’s a whole lot of characters to keep track off, each apparently from disparate walks of life.

Unfortunately, the film does not do so well to keep up with any of them, leading to incomplete and highly confusing sequences of storytelling. Coupled with their frightened cardboard representations that never evolve throughout the film and you’ve got no reason at all to care about any one of them. Although there seems to be a concerted effort to try to evoke human drama from the desperation of strangers trapped together, à la the Saw franchise, it hardly comes off as anything other than petulance. Even when the performers don’t really have to do with their undemanding roles, aside from screaming and arguing, their amateurism is quite apparent.

Technically, the “Ghost Game” could have ended up decent if not for a number of glaring flaws. While the initial suspense started out well with its clever use of handheld shots, it failed to carry over to the rest of the film once the scares got into full swing especially as scenes started to drag on too long with very little pay-offs. The patchy control over the script and lack of creativity seems to have driven a nail into its coffin when it becomes obvious at the end that its helmers chucked in as many scare tactics and ghostly behaviours as possible. Although grasping with issues carrying immense gravitas like the proverbial ghosts of Cambodia’s horrid past, it’s quite regrettable that it unintentionally presents itself as a comedy of errors.




omg.. i watched this a month ago, i COULD NOT sleep at all that night! i slept for like half an hour, and i even went to sleep in my dads' room!!! how pathetic. but that movie is the ultimate horror movie i hate >.<
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